Photo and text by Mike Coots:
"I studied photography in college, and learned that when shooting portraits of people to always focus the lens on the eyes. It’s a visual connection to the emotion of the subject, and makes the imagery much more engaging. When shooting sharks, I do the same. That red focus square in the viewfinder is always on the eyes, that’s focusing on the shark’s intelligence. We are used to sharks’ teeth being the center of attention, but I believe they survived for hundreds of millions of years not because of jaws, but brains."
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Esa carita me recuerda a alguien jajajajaja Fabrizio Del Valle
most amazing..... looks as if she will speak next moment.... and what will she say ????
Γιώργος Ευθυμιάδης Ifigeneia Fofis
Sharks definitely don't need to sign up for a dental plan.
David Bird Jones, welcome to NOLA.
"I love this dam show!!!!!!!!!"
Meet the Pseudomegachasma, a now-extinct shark that lived in warm oceans nearly 100 million years ago.